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Museum of Brands

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Museum of Brands

1,248 Reviews
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111-117 Lancaster Road Notting Hill, London W11 1QT England
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Ladbroke GroveUnderground1 min
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Jasmine wrote a review Dec 2020
London, United Kingdom5 contributions
I have been to this museum so many times and I always find something that I missed before. This museum has so much detail and a really friendly atmosphere, well worth a visit. Never had a bad experience here! The staff are always friendly and welcoming even during these difficult times. I really do recommend this with all my heart!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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LORD wrote a review Nov 2020
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Wasn't sure what to expect when I first came across it on Google but all of the positive reviews swayed me into going. They were absolutely spot on went with an older adult who enjoyed reminiscing about the 'good old day's' of brands and products and even as someone who hasn't been around that long (I'm 33) seeing products I remember from the 90s and noughties which even today no longer exist gave me a lovely and warm feeling of nostalgia. The museum is easy to get too (5-10 minutes walk from Ladbroke Grove station) and once inside you are faced with display cabinets stuffed to the brim with old memorabilia. Really worth while to visit (after the lockdown of course) a shame its not advertised well as it should be up there in the top 10 places to visit in London as far as I'm concerned.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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MisaHrad wrote a review Nov 2020
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My 9 year old daughter went on a school trip and enjoyed it so much, she asked me to take her again. It’s a really unusual and interesting museum. The exhibits were nicely laid out and the staff very friendly. Highly recommended.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Nigel S wrote a review Nov 2020
London, United Kingdom2 contributions
Although not large in floor area, this museum has a most impressive collection of material relating to products from railway journeys to biscuits that covers nearly two centuries almost to the present day. It is organised as a time line so that you can see how taste and technology changed over the years, as well as the influence of prevailing political events.
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Pin wrote a review Nov 2020
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It is a great and safe museum!! Worth to go if come to London and interested in Design, Marketing. Its collection shows commercial package design from the Victoria era to nowadays and a small exhibition discussed current brand advertising which reflects on BLM, LGBTQ+ etc.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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